Vishnu Pandit, Navy Yard Shooting Victim, 'Lived The American Dream'

WASHINGTON - Vishnu B. Pandit, 61, wasn’t just an engineer and suburban family man, says M. Nuns Jain, a friend from their days at a Calcutta university. He was a “pioneer.”


Contestant of Indian Heritage Crowned Miss America

After the announcement was made, some users tweeted that Davuluri was not “American enough” to win the title while others went as far as to say she “looks like a terrorist.”

India Train Accident: Speeding Train Kills 37, Angry Mob Attacks Driver

A train ran over a group of Hindu pilgrims at a crowded station in eastern India early Monday, killing at least 37 people.

The Taliban has Issued a Fatwa in Pakistan Against a Short Film Based on the Mumbai Attacks

Instead of giving peace a chance, this one has become yet another victim of ridiculous fatwas issued by the Taliban in Pakistan.

Minister Scindia Sees Great Potential for US Investments and Cooperation in the Indian Power Sector

Jyotiraditya M Scindia, Minister of State (Independent Charge), Ministry of Power, Government of India visited Washington on July 2, 2013 with the objective of further enhancing India-US partnership in the Power sector.

Note on India’s Intellectual Property Regime

India’s is fully committed to protecting Intellectual Property. India has a complete eco-system supporting a well-settled, stable and robust intellectual property regime.

10 Things You Might Not Know About India

For many people writing about India, the common cliches of Delhi belly, lengthy traffic jams, bureaucracy, corruption and yoga retreats are the subjects that fill the column inches.

China, India, & Pakistan Expand Nuke Arsenals

China, India, and Pakistan are all extending the size of their nuclear weapon stockpiles, according to an annual report by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) released on Monday.


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